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Rajasthan is known for its royalty, luxury, customs and traditions. Visit Rajasthan during winters for a blissful vacation. The temperature is very high during the summers. Here are a few cities/ towns that you should explore in Rajasthan:

1. Jaipur

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It is the princely city of the state and is known as the pink city. It was the first planned city of India. The place is full of palaces, forts, colourful streets, good food and distinct handicrafts. Amber and fort palace, city palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and monkey temple are some of the tourist attractions in the city.

2. Jaisalmer

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It is known as the Golden city of Rajasthan as the whole place is covered with golden brown sand. Tourists should visit this place in winters as various activities take place here such as camel safari, camping, dune bashing and much more. City Palace, city museum, Jain temples and Patwa Haveli are some of the popular tourist attractions.

3. Udaipur

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It is one of the most romantic places in India and is apt for a honeymoon. You’ll be able to enjoy lavish and royal lifestyle while holidaying here. The city has beautiful lakes, mesmerizing views and amazing places to stay along with great food. You should visit the city palace, bagore ki haveli, lake Pichola, monsoon palace and Jagdish temple.

4. Pushkar

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It is one of the oldest cities of the state and still has its ancient charm. Majority of the tourists come here to visit different pilgrims as it has a lot of mythological significance. If you want to explore Hindu culture, you should definitely pay a visit here.

5. Bikaner

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People willing to travel during winters, for them, Bikaner is a perfect choice. It becomes very soothing and relaxing in the month of November and December. You should visit Junagarh Fort, Karni Mata temple, Devi Kund Sagar and war memorial.

6. Mount Abu

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It is one of the most beautiful places you’ll ever see, especially during winters. The hills are covered in snow and the climate is absolutely fun! Go boating on the Nakki lake, trek your way through the Guru Shikhar mountain, visit Dilwara temples and Achalgarh fort.

7. Jodhpur

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It is known as the blue city of the country. During winters, the hues of blue look even more refreshing and beautiful. There are various palaces and forts that you can visit. Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada Mausoleum and Balsamand lake are some of the major tourist attractions here.

8. Rajsamand

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It is not the most visited place in Rajasthan but the city holds a lot of significance as Maharana Pratap was born here. The place has various marble mines. You can also visit the famous lake, Rajsamand and enjoy boating ag and various other activities. You can also go trekking on the mountains of Aravalli ranges.

9. Bharatpur

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People who love birds should really visit this place, especially, Bharatpur bird sanctuary. You’ll be able to see different kinds of plants, animals and birds in Bharatpur. You can also go for safari at Keoladeo national park. Visit Deeg Palace and Lohagarh Fort.

10. Alwar

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If you want to experience royalty and adventure together, Alwar is the place for you. With the perfect amount of nature and luxury mixed, Alwar is a perfect way to spend your weekend. It is also very rich in cultural heritage. Visit SIliserh lake, Alwar fort and Moosi Maharani ki Chhatri. There are many more exciting places to visit here.

11. Nagaur

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There are various shrines, forts and palaces situated in Nagaur. It holds a great mythological significance as this place was conquered by Arjun in Mahabharata. You’ll hear various historical stories and visit historical places. Sambhar salt lake, Naya Darwaja and Kuchaman fort are some of the popular tourist destinations.

12. Mandawa

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You’ll get a taste of authentic Rajasthani traditions in Mandawa. You should visit Mandawa fort, Jhunjhunwala Haveli, Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli and shop Rajasthani items at the Main Bazaar. You’ll find a lot of havelis here, so be sure to check them out very carefully.

13. Bundi

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Contrary to other cities in Rajasthan, Bundi is filled with temples, lakes, valleys and hills. There are few palaces and forts here but majorly the city is covered with nature. You should visit Taragarh fort, Raniji ki Baori and ancient Garh palace. Enjoy the beautiful views that Bundi has to offer.

14. Ranthambore

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The place is known for its tiger reserve. The first thing you should visit here is Ranthambore national park and explore the diverse flora and fauna. You can also pay a visit to Ranthambore fort, Padam lake and Raj Bagh.

15. Chittorgarh

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Chittorgarh has lots of forts and is situated royally on the plains. It is a nice place for a relaxed holiday. Chittor fort, Vijay stambha, Kalika Mata temple, Padmini palace and Ratan Singh palace are major tourist attractions here. This place has a historical significance.

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